‘Who Will I Turn To Now?’ CD Album
Husky Tones’ album ‘Who Will I Turn To Now?’ was released worldwide on 24th February 2017 on CD and across all digital platforms via Husky Tones Music.
The album was produced and mixed by Stuart Dixon.
Victoria Bourne – vocals and drums
Chris Harper – guitar and backing vocals
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- Round The Wrekin
- Jungle Blues
- One Good Reason
- The Island Of Barbed Wire
- I Worry About Nothing
- Who Will I Turn To Now?
- These Hips Were Made For You
- Put Your Arms Around Someone You Love
- Worlds End Lane
Rock, blues, punk, and folk. These are the core elements of Husky Tones Who Will I Turn To Now? The album takes you on a journey with songs that scream and cry, and lush vocals drifting on a sea of heavy guitar riffs. Who Will I Turn To Now? combines songs of protest, despair, and love, tales of the benefits system, climate of cuts, the disintegration of capitalism. As well as reference to modern day politics, it has historical roots with a ballad Island Of Barbed Wire. The song is about Victoria’s great uncle who was interned on the Isle of Man as a German Prisoner of war just for being a German living in the UK when war broke out. Married to an English woman the song tells their story. An expression of powerlessness in the face of terrifyingly sad global events, which is as relevant today as it was during WW1.